Ethics of artificial intelligence demarcations
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Original versionHansen, A.B. & Nichele, S. (2019). Ethics of artificial intelligence demarcations. In: K. Bach & M. Ruocco (Eds.), Nordic Artificial Intelligence Research and Development: Third Symposium of the Norwegian AI Society, NAIS 2019, Berlin: Springer Nature ( p. 133-142)
In this paper, we present a set of key demarcations, particularly important when discussing ethical and societal issues of current AI research and applications. Properly distinguishing issues and concerns related to Artificial General Intelligence and weak AI, between symbolic and connectionist AI, AI methods, data and applications are prerequisites for an informed debate. Such demarcations would not only facilitate much-needed discussions on ethics on current AI technologies and research. In addition, sufficiently establishing such demarcations would also enhance knowledge-sharing and support rigor in interdisciplinary research between technical and social sciences.